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director ford: good morning, everyone. i would like to call to order [inaudible] >> yes, prior to taking role, i would like to note that directors church and sartpi will not be joining us today. [roll call] mr. chairman, you do have a quorum. item three is communications, and i know of none at this time. director ford: ok, next item. >> item four, board of director's new and/or old business. [no audio] item five, executive director [no audio] >> good morning. today, we have a number of exciting things to report on. you'll hear in a moment from our public relations team on a number of items that will be coming up. but i did want to announce to everyone and invite everyone to our new ground break. it will take place on august 11 at 10:00 a.m. at the thetransbay terminal at [no audio] you'll be hearing more about that in the coming weeks. with respect to our progress since our last week, paula clark is currently 25% complete. we expect that the budget is shoring and expertise in package will be advertised and available to bidders at the end of this month. we are continuing to work
. >> any other questions? thank you all for being here. we appreciate it. director ford: i would like to call to order the september 9 meeting of the tjpa. madam secretary, please call the roll. >> [inaudible] mr. chairman, you do have a quorum. item three is communications. director ford: are you aware of any communications? no communications. ok, with that, what is our next item? >> next item is four, board of director's new and old business. director's new and old business. director6",o: á0xp link electronics, inc. model number: pdr-885 software version: 2.0a link electronics, inc. model number: pdr-885 software version: 2.0a and taking the muni bonds down. they work through that and were able to analyze some pictures of how that went. they completed the removal of both the howard street and field street overpass as well as the rest of structures across the temporary terminal after the first couple of weeks, and we expect to be able to get the temporary terminal contractor, who has already received a notice to come back, finish of last third of their starting september 20. just a
think we need to look very carefully, as i've discussioned, with director ford and chairman nolan and the deputy director is the issue of peak time taxi cabs and how we use the flexibility given to us by prop a to meet what i view is two very significant demands, related demands. one, there is a huge demand for consumer usage on friday and saturday nights and other peak times, certain holidays, certain event days. and given that demand there is a demand for drivers who want to drive that shift. and so what i suggest we do much in the way before to have significant community and industry input but to look at how we can together put a proposal, molding medallion drivers to drive those peak time shifts and allow the color schemes become corrective to meet the needs of the consumers who want cabs at those times. so i look forward to working with the chairman and staff on that. chairman nolan: would members consent or perhaps we could schedule sometime the next meeting the discussion about taxi priorities? >> that will be fine. i will take it one step further and even lay out some road
that have to go to the board of supervisors or redevelopment for that? >> it does not. director ford: mood and properly seconded. [inaudible] >> ok, and no members of the public have indicated they wished to address you on this item. daly aye. cohen aye. lloyd aye. ortiz aye. ford aye as well. item 12 is approved. director daly: i know it has been approved, but really quickly, to make sure, is this going to be included on some of the community outreach stuff we're doing in terms of publicizing the schedule so folks in the area can try to get ready for it? >> absolutely. we have had a number of ongoing meetings regarding the entire schedule with all the neighbors in the area, and we are continuing to have even more community meetings, yes. director daly: ok, but specifically on the street closures? >> specifically on the street closures. am ok, we will move into item 13, approving the design concept and budgets for the four recommended artists -- james carpenter, julie chang, jenny holzer and ned kahn and authorizing the executive director to enter into an agreement with each of the artists
is investigating whether 1.4 million ford trucks should be recalled. the straps the whole the gas tanks could rust. >> this 1998 truck, you will find coat hangers holding up the gas tank. >> i was riding around and i went through $50 and the gas tank straps did snap and the tank was dragging. fixeds do-it-yourself fofer it. >> we patched it up. she is still rocking and rolling. she is afforded tough. >> this affects 14 million trucks. so far, no crashes or injuries were reported. "either one or both strap broke, along the tank to drop and dragged along the ground for a detached from the vehicle." ford said said"we're cooperating with the government as they look into the matter." >> it was dragging and sparking. >> if there is the recall, james will find a dealer. >> i guess it is pretty important. >> mobile phone company nokia unveils its of smart phones. the company owns 40% of the global smart phone market. they have been forced to play catch-up to companies like apple and google. four new smart phones will cost between three under $40.380 $5. it may take longer for the housing market to recover
so you don't waste your money. >> reporter: the ford windstar was one of the most popular mini vans in america earlier this decade but thousands of them are now in the recall list because of a crowing issue so -- corrosion issue so severe the wheels can break off as you're driving down the highway. this 1999 ford windstar is in great shape but underneath is a problem that could have been deadly. had it happened on the highway. >> right under there. you can see it. it's split in the middle from corrosion. >> reporter: body shop owner larry brafford sewed me how the rear axle is broken, snapped in two. he says his father-in-law was backing the van out of the family driveway when everyone heard a clunk. what do you think of that? >> that is not very good. not very safe. we're really happy it happened in our driveway. hopefully if it does happen to anybody else it happens in their driveway and not any kind of speed. >> reporter: after more than 200 complaint and at least two crashes ford is now recalling 500,000 windstars, model years 19 8 to -- 19 to 2003. the recall is only in 21 salt
nolan: good afternoon. >> chair nolan, commissioner, director ford, members, i respect the fact that this item has been continued today. we know that it's been continued because probably people are a little bit concerned about the whole coming together of this whole piece of legislation and amendment of legislation. we're a small builder development community. we actually are not doing too much these days. that's one of the reasons we've come down in the middle of the day to talk to you. but we don't have the luxury to have phlegm monitoring amendments to the code and stuff like that. as pointed out by a fellow member there, you know, this came a sharp notice to us. this was the type of notification that went out. if you read that, this is going to affect the industry would not be able to follow this. i'm here today -- i worked with director ford on immigration issues, particularly with this -- with the fare enforcement program. and they did an amazing job getting everybody together and coming up with a very conclusive and proper approach. that was done through dialogue with eve
their retainer moving forward. i can answer any questions you may have. director ford: who will be the lead advocates for each of these groups? >> the lead for holland and knight will be julie minerva, who has been the lead to date, and for chambers,,, and hard, also the lead to date -- for chambers, conrad, and hart. >> motion to approve. director ford: moved and properly seconded. all those in favor? opposed? motion carries. thank you. next item. >> that does conclude your regular calendar. you are set to build a closed session at this time. we have not received any indication that a member of the public wishes to address you on items set for discussion in closed session, but we will give them an opportunity to do so now. director director ford: ok, we are back in open session. let's have our report out on the closed session. >> as to item 3.1, negotiation in terms of payment for tjpa's property interest, the board unanimously authorized the executive director to execute an amendment to the february 11, 2010 agreement providing for compensation of up to an additional $194,000 in allocatio
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in this. chairman nolan: mr. ford, as you reported, i'd like to take a moment to recognize members of the board, cheryl brinkman, she is the nominee for the board. she's appearing before the rules committee tomorrow. i am not -- we wish you well and we look forward to working with you. thanks for being here this afternoon. >> ok. mr. chairman, members of the board, the next item we need to present to you is related to our capital assets inventory and our state of good repair program. since the last capital improvement program update in june of 2008, the m.t.a. in conjunction with our regional and federal partners have undergone some significant financial challenges. and this has placed us in a position to put a greater focus on our limited capital resources as it relates to our safety, strategic expansion of the system. so over the last year we have developed an expensive asset inventory of all of the assets belonging to the san francisco m.t.a., particularly focusing on their condition of those assets and their useful life. in addition, we developed a set of criteria that meets th
to introduce our first speaker, the chairman of our board, nathaniel ford. he serves as the chair of the transbay joint powers authority and the executive director of the municipal transportation agency. he also sits on the caltrain board of directors. he has been a strong supporter of the project since its arrival, and we are deeply grateful for his leadership and guidance. chairman ford. [applause] >> thank you, maria. good morning, everyone. today is a great day, and we thank you for coming to our ceremony. i say our ceremony because it took all of us to pull this together, all of our hard work. those of you who contributed over the decade, a long effort to end at today culminating in a groundbreaking for our new transit center. there are many people that we should mention today and give a little bit of perspective in terms of how we got here, in which former mayor, joseph alioto, whose granddaughter is here today, which can be in one of the first studies of a future trends bay terminal -- future transbay terminal. more than a decade later, the recommendation was made to extend
, and ford turned in what's being described as the worst august in 28 years.gm sales were off by 25% compared to august 2009 when the "cash for clunkers incentive was in place.ford sales wer down 11% and as for toyota, the world's largest automaker sales dropped 34% while ford's collapsed 14% chyrsler was the only gainer in the group with 7% jump up in sales compared to a year ago. still to come how to protect your business from cyber crimes but first are we really looking at the potential for a lost decade just like the japanese? one market pro weighs in on that question next. travel advisories to small business loans. retirement savings to medicare coverage. id theft protection to contacting elected officials. student loans to taxes on-line. whether you have information to get or ideas to give, usa.gov is the official place to connect with your government. from surplus car auctions to finding a new job, our new mobile apps will keep you updated on the go. so from marriage records to passport applications, veteran's benefits to birth certificates, patent applications to energy saving eas, p
major leaguer, darron ford, arrived in the 5th inning tonight from richmond. 99 miles per hour. this young guy versus lincecum, great, great dual. lincecum on his game, here is the game. 1-1, 8th inning. ford can fly. took third base. throw goes into left field, ford slides in and wilson, so the young man came on as a pinch runner and ends up winning the game as wilson closes out. giants 2, colorado 1. san diego lost their 7th straight. giants three back in the west. off tomorrow, giants at dodger stadium friday night. c.c. sabathia pitches tomorrow. as the angels try to avoid a four game sweep. anderson, and from there on couple of hitters later, the yankees take over. here comes teixeira. the previous two nights they caved in but here we go with kevin in the 4th, takes aj burnett, who has been looking for a good outing, not bad tonight, 9th, suzuki with the score 4-3 and that's it. the great closure rivera finishes it for the a's. 9-1/2 back of the rangers. here is a real brawl. chris, morgan, they charge the mound. these guys, this looks like a real fight, look, that is stuf
know the name darren ford? you will after this forecast. ,,,, [trumpet playing ,,,,"reveille" throughout] reviving the economy means reinventing the way we do business. here's to the owners showing us the way. [trumpet playing "reveille" fades to silence] and save up to $500 on selected mattress sets. even get 3 years interest free financing on tempur-pedic. only through labor day ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep. ♪ where engaged in a heated exchange during practice today. >>> 49er receiver michael crabtree and vernon davis were engaged in a heated exchange at practice today. eventually singletary walked both to the lockerroom. >> veer man and crabtree, i will not talk about the issue. but i will talk about this. they were both wrong. and we will not have distractions on this team. vernon just forgot temporarily that that is not allowed. we don't do that. we don't treat family like that. we don't disrespect each other. and i just needed to remind him that there is no more elephants in the room. the elephant was exposed. >> niners tomorrow with the c
ford. he over sees to planning and develop meant of virtually every mode of transportation in san francisco. pedestrian, bikes, transit, parking the safety and comfort and convenience of the network in san francisco is a top priority for the san francisco mta. his call for this summit under lines our commitment to make sure we improve and enhance the robust pedestrian network we already have in san francisco. please welcome t mr. ford. >> good morning and thank you for coming out today. this summit we've put together along with the department of health is an effort to improve upon pedestrian safety here in the city. now two years ago i joined the mta and one thing that attracted me most to to the opportunity was the interknow tilism of this system. i'm primarily a transit guy but we recognize here at the agency transit doesn't operate well in and of itself. in fact transit customers start out as either a pedestrian or a bikist or an automobile user to get to their transit opportunity to get to their mobility so. today's opportunity for us to get together and share some ideas and
. earlier officers tried to pull over the ford explorer and the driver sped off which triggered the chase. officers lost sight of the suv. but a short time later, chp noticed the ford drivinger ratically. they saw i ng -- they noticed the ford driving irratically. the 19-year-old driver is charging charges including vehicle manslaughter. >>> hearings wrapped up today in the case of yussef. today defense attorneys called to the stand an expert in social psychology who also works as a consultant with the jury research institute. the judge is expected to issue his decision within a week. >>> a south bay community group released a new survey about racial profiling by police. the group people acting in community together or pact gathered today at the guadalupe church. 35% said that they had been stopped by san jose police without cause. a spokesperson said the information should guide the selection of a new police chief. >> we beg the city to hire a person who has a proven track report record of dealing with the immigrant community. >> reporter: one of those who said he had been stopped was a
camioneta del presunto responsable era una "ford explorer" que se salio de control y se estrelÓ contra un poste de luz.--el occiso era uno de los pasajeros.-- la poliÍa identifiÓ al conductor como "mchell pennings" quien sufrÓ heridas menores en el accidente.-- el acusado tambÉn enfrenta cargos por huir de la escena del accidente. ---la policia de oakland dio a conocer el retrato hablado del sospechoso de violar a dos mujeres y ofrece una recompensa de 5-mil dolares para quien ayude a resolver los crimenes.---el malechor es descrito como un hombre afroamericano de entre 20 y 30 aÑos de edad, que mide alrededor de 5 pies 10 pulgadas de estatura.---el sospechoso llevaba ropa color oscura y un arma cuando ataco a dos mujeres que caminaban rumbo a su casa el domingo por la noche... ambos crimenes ocurrieron cerca de "lake merrit" en oakland.---la policia le pide a las mujeres que esten alertas cuando caminan por la calle y que pongan el seguro del auto cuando viajan en sus vehiculos. ---los detectives del condado de alameda dieron a conocer el retrato hablado de un hombre que, supuestame
. people ask me why i am willing to give general motors and ford a break. that is personal and i have no problem admitting it. i give them a break because they gave my people a break. it is justifiable to have an argument that said we would not have a black middle class had we not had general motors, ford, and chrysler. go to detroit today to the old automotive neighborhoods, the difference in those neighborhoods from the 1950's and 1960's is that the blacks that were working in the plants than it did have a dream. they wanted their kids to run the plants. they wanted their kids to design cars and to the lawyers and so forth. and that is what their kids became. one of our chief farming correspondents at the washington post is a guy who grew up in a uaw family. does that affection translate into turning a blind eye to their families? no, i was probably more harsh on them for their failings than people who fancy themselves as being objective. we would have been throwing away our legacy as black americans and our legacy as americans. the idea that you would throw away manufacturing super
than accord. as a matter of fact, people like what we're saying so much, ford fusion is now the 2010 motor trend car of the year. the fusion, from ford. get in . . . and drive one. >>> the second day after wayne williams was seen on the chattahoochee river bridge, the body of nathaniel cater washed up downstream. he was a down on his luck drunk, 28 years old, but small, weighing under 150 pounds. again, the medical examiner said cater could have been killed, quote, with a choke hold, trapping the neck in the crook of the arm. his would be the last body found in the atlanta murders. the 27th male victim. at cater's funeral, wayne williams' father, homer, took this photo for the "atlanta world" newspaper. on june 3rd, the fbi brought wayne in for a long night of questioning. wayne agreed to a lie detector test. >> he was as composed and calm as you can get. got 26 bodies out there in the woods and rivers and he's sitting there in total control. >> richard radcliff was the fbi polygraph examiner. >> i said i don't care what you threw in the bridge, i don't care what you threw in the wat
what is being debated tonight. sam ford has more on what the voters are saying. >> gordon, maureen, i am outside of the d.c. board of election, and in some ways, this is about two dc's, one that things are getting better, and the other is that things are not getting better for them. some called it a racial divide, blacker areas for gray. >> i think i am sadr then ran george bush won his second term -- i am sadder than when george bush won his second term. >> he is saying that his chancellor will be someone -- >> who works with parents and teachers. >> yet, this afternoon -- >> i placed a call to her. i did not get her, but i am sure she is busy. >> it is important to continue the progress we have made. as for mayor fenty, heat chalked it up to the tough decisions he made -- he chalked it up. >> my parents always taught me that you have to be involved, that you have to give back to your community. >> but as evidence was last night, many came out to vote against him, like cabdrivers. >> let me tell you, i am happy about it. >> he forced them to accept > meters and changed rates. >> gray
to welcome you to the annual cable car bell ringing contest. i would like to introduce mr. ford. >> welcome to the 47th annual cable car bell ringing competition. this is one of a kind. this is a comptation -- competition for the world championship and thank you for coming. i also have to thank our cable car grip men and conductors. every day they help move people around our city, they're great ambassadors and do a great job entertaining visitors to our fine city. we have two members from the mta board, bruce oka and malcolm hideke here today. i'd like to thank our judges. we have judges representing a lot of president businesses here in the union square area. with that, to all the mta employees and fine citizens of san francisco, thank you for joining us today and thank you for your support. >> matt ford, ladies and gentlemen. the bell ringing competition is a two-part event today. we have professionals competing for a number of prizes in the coveted title of world champion bell ringer. for the amateur portion we have executives from some of our local media outlets competing for first, sec
the clack down. stay tuned for the ford wrap-up after this game. monday night. 8:00, espn, boise state, virginia tech. either one of these. >> kirk: there's lessons every single week for college football. especially early in the year. for lsu, they learn a valuable lesson. looks like they will with a win. they let off the accelerator. they continue to attack especially offensively. their goal, last year they average 58 snaps a game. one of the worst afters as far as plays a game. tonight they got 55 plays and in the second half, this offense has been awful. and you know what's good about that, you study your film and get ready to go in the next couple weeks to try to improve. >> brent: we look ahead to boise state. it's interesting that the writers h-have valued the broncos, more than the coaches. and we will illustrate that for you. second down. and five. power running out as the third down coming up. let's go show you the coach's poll, because, remember this, it is the coach's poll which factors into the bcs. boise state is not third. they are fifth behind florida and texas. and herb
to cover it. people ask why you you are so willing to give general motors and ford a break. i have no problem admiting it. i have no problem admiting it. i give them a break because they were the companies that gave my people a break. it is arguable that we would not have a black middle class if we did not have general motors, ford and chrysler. if you go to detroit, today, to the old automotive neighborhoods, the difference in those neighborhoods in 1950 and 1960 is that the blacks that were working in the plants back then wanted their kids to run the plants. they wanted their kids to design the cars and to be lawyers and so on. one of our chief foreign correspondents at "the washington post" is a guy that grew up in that kind of family. did i have affection for those companies, yes. does that affection translate into turning a blind eye? no. i was probably more harsh towards their feelings than people who fancied themselves as being objective and having a feeling for those companies. it is our legacy as americans. the idea that you would throw away manufacturing superiority becau
. and has better quality than accord. a matter of fact, people like what we're saying so much, ford fusion is now the 2010 motor trend car of the year. the fusion, from ford. get in . . . and drive one. [ man ] then try this. new and improved freestyle lite® blood glucose tt strip. sure, but it's not gonna -- [ beep ] wow. [ man ] yeah, that's the patented freestyle zipwik™ design. [ woman ] did it just -- target the blood? target the blood? yeah, it drew it right in. the test starts fast. you need just a third the blood of onetouch®. that is different. so freestyle lite test strips make tting... [ man easy? easy. [ man ] great. call or click -- we'll send you strips and a meter, free. free is good. [ m ] freestyle lite test strips. call or click today. >>> at a white house ceremony, the president awarded the medal of honor to a military hero. however, air force chief master sergeant richrd etchburger was not there to receive the honor. he died in the line of duty in march of 1968. it's because of his mission and because of where he died in laos that it's taken this long. we were not s
harold ford jr.. he is the chair of the organization, and he also has a new book. also, from the grammy award winning group maroon 5, adam levine. they are out with their new cd. that is coming up, right now. >> all i know is his name is james, and he needs extra help with his reading. >> i am james. >> yes. >> to everyone making a difference -- >> thank you. >> you help us all live better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. with every question and every answer, nationwide insurance is proud to join tavis in working to improve financial literacy and remove obstacles to economic empowerment, one conversation at a time. nationwide is on your side. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] tavis: a few programming notes. tomorrow night, a conversation with geoffrey canada and david guggenheim. then later in the week, james ellroy, and robert reich would join us with seal. we also will have nancy brinker. tonight, we kick off the week with harold for junior. the former tennessee c
. >> a d.c. man is claiming he was offered a bribe, a bribe -- a job with the fenty campaign. >> sam ford first broke the story at 5:00 and he has details that every d.c. voter needs to see tonight. >> the 19-year-old man said that fenty had lawyers brought him and other young people to the board of elections and told them to vote for mayor fenty and it would get jobs with the fenty campaign at paying them $100 per day. today he called up and complained that they were duped. we confronted the kennedy campaign spokesman with the story -- the fenty campaign spokesman with the story. >> there was a misunderstanding. >> since early voting began, the fenty campaign has brought the vans full of early voters to the board of elections. this 19-wuerl says he was duped. -- this 19-year-old said he was duped. he was among a group of young people in front of his building on north capitol last thursday when it is fenty van pulled up, promising jobs if they voted for the mayor. he says he registered, voted for mayor fenty, returned to the building, and never heard about the job. he produced the number
♪ 'cause you're there for me, too. ♪ picnic empty handed. but here at the final days of the ford model year end sales event, these folks are taking it up a notch. those guys are bringing some outstanding technology. over here, amazing fuel efficiency. behind me, that guy's bringing quality that can't be beat by honda or toyota. me, i'm bringing cole slaw. hurry in to the final days of the ford model year end sales event and get a focus with 0% financing for 60 months. so many stories, so little time. you really should drive one. dude, dude, you have got to turn on behind the music. the band heart is having a really tough time and i think they may break up. hey, let's go watch that at your place. monica's watching some cooking show. come on, i don't want to miss when they were skinny. uh, hey-hey, chandler, chandler you know what we should do? you and i should go out and get some new sunglasses. what? no. i want to watch this. did your cable go out? no, no. that's vh1. yeah. i got to tell you, the music these kids listen to today it's like a lot of noise to me. i don't know. joey, why is you
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